Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 24, 1976 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 24, 1976
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•fy -• -M-^ 1 I Tlmtt Herald, Carroll, la. n Deaths, r unerals | ^1°!^;!;";.;.^ t FRANCIS HUELSHORST ARCADIA — Mass of the resurrection for Francis Huelshorst, 58, of Exira, formerly of Arcadia, was celebrated at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in St. John's Church here by the Rev. C.A. Ahmann. Pallbearers were Vernis Juergens, Elmer Juergens, Ed Bueltel, Duane Boeckman, Othmar Boeckman and Neil Ludwig. Interment was in the parish cemetery, under direction of the Twit Funeral Home of Carroll. Relatives and friends attended the rites from Missouri Valley, Council Bluffs, Breda, Arcadia, Westside, Manning, Carroll and surrounding area. Mr. Huelshorst died at Exira on March 21. MRS. THRESA EISCHEID HALBUR — Relatives here have received word of the death of Mrs. Thresa Friedman Eischeid, 91, of Elgin, Neb., a native of Halbur. She died Monday afternoon, March 22, at a Norfolk, Neb., nursing home. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the Catholic Church in Elgin, with burial there. Mrs. Eischeid was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Friedman and the widow of Henry Eischeid. Survivors include three daughters, Henrietta and Regina of Elgin and Alma of Omaha; two sons, Leo and Eddie of Elgin; 21 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren; and two brothers, Peter Friedman of Humbpldt and Bill Friedman of Florida. Another son, Joe, is deceased. HENRY J. PETERS GLIDDEN — Henry J. (Hinie) Peters of Arcadia, Calif., formerly of Glidden, died March 8 in California, having undergone open heart surgery last September. Funeral services were held March 11 at Temple City Christian Church, of which he was a former deacon. Interment was in Live Oak Memorial Park. A native of Iowa, Mr. Peters farmed in the Glidden community for 16 years before moving to California. At the time of his death he was owner of Ace Maintenance Co. He was a member of the Chamber of Commerce and Lions Club at Arcadia. Surviving are his widow, the former Phyllis George of Lake City; three children, Roger of Placcntia, Calif., Robert of Covina, Calif., and Kathleen McCormick of Glendorau Calif.; and eight grandchildren. Also surviving are his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Peters of Glidden; a brother, Vernon Peters of Emerson, Neb.; and four sisters, Mrs. Lenora Emmeck of Des Moines, Mrs. Malinda Douglas and Mrs. Marion Irlmeier of Glidden, and Mrs. Dorothy Sturm of Carroll. • Leader (Continued From Page 1) called "dear Monty." In memoirs published in 1958, Montgomery criticized Eisenhower's leadership in the closing phases of the war and in the postwar period. He later called Eisenhower "an extremely good supreme commander," but his criticisms drew more attention than his praise. Knighted during the war, Montgomery was made a viscount in the first New Year's honors list after the end of the war. He took the title Viscount Montgomery of Alamein in honor of his first great victory. In postwar service, he was chief of the Imperial General Staff from 1946 to 1948 and then spent seven years as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's deputy allied commander in Europe. He retired from active duty in 1968 after 50 years of service, the longest continuous duty for a British officer since the War Office was set up in 1855. In his last years, he lived quietly in his tiny Hampshire village, a spare, stooping figure pottering among his roses and azaleas. Born Bernard Law Montgomery in London on Nov. 17,1887, he was the son of the Rt. Rev. H.H. Montgomery, a bishop of the 'Anglican church. His father wanted him to become a clergyman, but he insisted on becoming a soldier. In World War I he was wounded twice, mentioned in dispatches six times for gallantry and won the Distinguished Service Order and the French Croix de Guerre. CLEMJ.KLOCKE DEDHAM — Mass of the resurrection for Clem J. Klocke, 75, of Dedham, was celebrated by the Rev. Henry Meyer at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in St. Joseph's Church here. Other priests in the sanctuary were the Rt. Rev. Msgr. 0. W. Koester of Scranton, and the Revs. Harold Cooper of Vail, Edward Carpenter of Coon Rapids and Robert Phillips of Rockwell City. Mark Stangl was lector. Mass servers were grandsons, Mike Klocke and Doug Klocke, and Kevin Costello. Joni Klocke, Lisa Klocke and Eric Wright, also grandchildren, were gift bearers. Pallbearers were Raymond Fast, Kenneth McFarland, Tim Gettler, Craig Klocke, Randy Klocke and David Knobbe, grandsons of Mr. Klocke. Interment was in the parish cemetery, under direction of the Sharp Funeral Home of Carroll. Attending the funeral were relatives and friends from Redondo Beach, Calif.; Houston, Tex.; Manitoba, Canada; Derby, Kan.; Auburn, Wash.; Oconomowac, Wis.; Anyder and Omaha, Neb.; Minnesota; Ames, Ankeny, Cambridge, Linden, Creston, Des Moines, Rockwell City, Scranton, Yale, Vail, Glidden, Carroll, Coon Rapids, Gray, Templeton, Dedham, Willey, Manning, Roselle and Arcadia. Mr. Klocke died at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll March 20. JOHNSCHRAMM ODEBOLT — John Schramm, 91, of Odebolt died Tuesday evening, March 23, at Horn Memorial Hospital, Ida Grove, where he had been a patient for 2% weeks. He had lived at the Colonial Manor nursing home here for the last three years. Services will be held at Immanuel Lutheran Church north of Odebolt at 10:30 a.m. Friday. Burial will be in the Nemaha Cemetery. Friends may call at the Farber and Otteman East Chapel, Odebolt, Wednesday evening and Thursday. " Mr. Schramm is survived by his wife, the former Christina Wedeking, to whom he was married in Nemaha March 9, 1910; and two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Wolfram of Wisconsin and Mrs. Oren (Alvina) LaGrange of Odebolt. He had farmed northeast of Odebolt until moving into town in!949. JOHN H. MOHR LAKE CITY — John H. Mohr, 66, of Richland Center, Wis., died there unexpectedly on March 16. He was a former resident of this area. Services were held March 19 • at St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Richland Center with interment there. Pallbearers were former neighbors. A son of John and Anna Johnson Mohr, Mr. Mohr was born at Lake City March 21, 1909, and spent his youth in the Lake City and Auburn areas. On Oct. 4, 1936, he married Ada Borchert at St. Peter's Lutheran Church near Sac City. They farmed near Lake City until moving to a farm near Yuba, Wis., in March, 1968. They moved into Richland Center last month. He is survived by his wife; two children, Mrs. Robert (Berlaine) Roth of Hillsboro, Wis., and Raymond of Sparta, Wis.; a brother, Alvin G. Mohr of Auburn; and three sisters, Mrs. Johanna Frank of Jefferson, Mrs. Alma Frank of Wall Lake and Mrs. Leland (Ida) Bruggeman of Lake City. An infant grandson preceded Mr. Mohr in death. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4.32 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.46 Oats 1.48 OMAHA, Neb. (APHUSDA) — Livestock quotations Wednesday: Hogs: 3,200; barrows and gilts fairly active, steady; U.S. 1-3, 200-250 Ib 46.50-47.00; sows weak to mostly 25 lower; 325-600 Ib 42.75-42.00, one lot, 42.35. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Corn and soybean prices per bushel paid to Iowa farmers at the close of business Tuesday. Prices compiled from country elevators by the Iowa and U.S. Departments of Agriculture: Corn Soybeans 2.38-2.44 4.26-4.32 2.42-2.47 4.31-4.44 2.41-2.54 4.34-4.45 2.35-2.41 4.24-4.36 2.38-2.48 4.33-4.45 Northwest N. Central Northeast Southwest S. Central Southeast Farm Honor— -Staff Pholo 2.50-2.58 4.44-4.52 • Taxes (Continued From Page 1) of their budgets funded by the property tax. Under the conference committee recommendation, local governments could have exceeded the limit unless a state review board prohibited it. Republicans also insisted that Gov. Robert Ray name all the members of a task force assigned to investigate better ways to finance local governments. The House approved a compromise property tax package last week, without the help of a single Republican vote. Senate Democrats have only a 26-24 margin with Sen. Karl Nolin, D-Ralston, hospitalized and.unable to vote. In addition, Sen. Minnette Doderer, D-Iowa City, and Sen. Beri Priebe, D-Algona, have opposed the package. Board Urges Support of Tax Measure The Carroll County Board of Supervisors sent a recommendation Monday to Sen. William Winkelman, R-Lohrville, saying: "Senate File 1062 is not the answer to everyone's tax problem, but does contain provisions that will alleviate many of the concerns we in Carroll County have and further delay on this important issue will not likely produce a better solution. We urge your support of the measure when debated in the Iowa Senate." In other business, the board approved plans for two bridges to be built through the state and federal Safer Roads Demonstration Program. The supervisors also want to check into the possibility of hiring a drug abuse expert for the county. $2,550,268 in State Taxes Paid Last Year Carroll County residents paid $2,550,268 in state income tax in 197.5 for 1974 income, figures released Wednesday show. This is an increase .from $2,412,821 paid in 1974 on 1973 income. Statewide, $336,192,441 was collected in 1975, compared with $297,848,259 in 1974. ( Skilled and semi-skilled' workers paid the largest chunk of the taxes in Iowa last year — $112,856,525. Farmers and farm laborers paid $62,478,844 and businessmen paid $58,468,636. Residents of area counties paid the following taxes in 1975 and 1974, respectively: Audubon $837,857 and $903,746; Calhoun $2,169,072 and $1,779,752; Crawford $1,888,618 and $1,805,547; Greene $2,031,119 and $1,707,781; Guthrie $1,315,495 and $1,241,424; Sac $1,956,214 and $1,694,002, and Shelby $1,829,128 and $1,691,822. Tickets for 'Oklahoma!" to Go on Sale Ticket sales for the Kuemper High School production of Rodgers' and Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!" musical will begin Thursday and will continue through April 7. The tickets may be obtained from Kuemper students enrolled in performing arts classes including: art, band, debate, drama, speech and vocal music groups. The play performances will be April 9-11 at 8 p.m. in the Kuemper auditorium. A matinee will be ApriUl at 2 p.m. All seats on the main floor will be reserved. Tickets are $2 for adults, $1.50 for high school students, and $1 for grade school students. Robert H. Lounsberry, Iowa Secretary of Agriculture, presented about 37 Century Farm certificates to Carroll County farmers Tuesday night at the second annual Carroll Chamber of Commerce Agri-Business Banquet. Shown are Lyle Bernholtz, left, chamber president; James McGrane, from the oldest farm represented at the banquet, arid Lounsberry. Century farm certificates were awarded to farm owners whose farms have been in their families at least 100 years. Daily Record COURT HOUSE New Vehicles Registered— Wilber K. or Fern Anthony, Manning, Chevrolet; George or Wilma Holmes, Carroll, Oldsmobile; Doyle A. Hunt, Glidden, Chevrolet; Keister Lumber Co., Coon Rapids, International, and Charles D. Smith, Carroll, Dodge. Real Estate Transfers- John and Bertha Joens to Frank and Mary Farrell, Lot 13 and part of Lot 14, Fairview Addition, Carroll. Leonard F. and Eulalia Bromert to Edward H. and DeEtta Bueltel, part of Lot 1, Block 2, Bromert Addition, Carroll. Ronald H. Schechtman to Maribeth Schechtman, parts of Lots 18 and 19, Block 3, Applewood Knolls Addition, Carroll. Peter J. and Lena Eischeid to Melvin Eischeid, part of Sec. 8, Twp. 83 N, Range 35 W. Vincent and Julia Ricke, and Alvin and Ella Mae Reiff to Paul and Carol SondgerotH,' ; Lot 6, ISSE'/4SE'/4, Sec. 20, Twp. 84N, Range 34 W. MAGISTRATE COURT Disturbing the Peace- Charles Smith was charged with disturbing the peace by Deputy Ferman Stout in • Politics (Continued From Page 1) cent of the vote. Ford 88,924 or 46 per cent. No preference, which means uncommitted 'delegates, 3,345 or 2 per cent. That won Reagan 28 Republican nominating.votes, Ford 25, with one uncommitted. Nationally, Ford now has 206, Reagan 81. It will take 1,130 votes to choose the GOP nominee. In the Democratic primary, the results were: Carter 321,059 or 54 per cent. Wallace 209,807 or 35 per cent. Jac.kson 25,698 or 4 per cent. No preference 22,585 or 4 per cent. Udall, former Sen. Fred R. Harris and Sen. Lloyd M. Bentsen of Texas, a campaign dropout, trailed in that order. Carter captured 36 convention votes, to put his national total at 167. Wallace got 25, which made his total 86. The magic number at the Democratic national convention will be 1,505. Ford won five primaries in a row before Reagan stopped him in North Carolina. connection with an incident Tuesday afternoon at Swan Lake Park. POLICE DEPARTMENT Two-Car Accident— A Carroll police dar driven by Officer Norbert Kaspersen of 1004 W. 19th St. and a car driven by Louis F. Houlihan of 600 W. Second St., both of Gar.roll, were in collision Tuesday afternoon in an alley between N. Carroll Street and N. West Street near U.S. 30, Officer Phil Squibb reported. Houlihan was charged with not stopping before entering a highway. ' Two Charged— Cars driven by Dennis L. Fahy, Des Moines, and Richard J. White, Lidderdale, were in collision at the intersection of N. Carroll Street and Seventh Street Tuesday afternoon, Officers Kaspersen and William Croghan reported. Fahy was charged with failure to stop and yield at an intersection ' and White was charged with speeding, the officers said. CARROLLCOUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE Tuesday— Bernarde Comes, Carroll, taken from home to St. Anthony Regional Hospital due to illness. Albert Eischeid, taken from Carroll Manor to St. Anthony Hospital. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions March 21— Jason Hacker, Carroll Michael Vonnahme, Wall Lake Admissions March 22— Winston Wulf, Westside Dick Bushman, Carroll Hans Moeller, Carroll Leon M. Louis, Carroll Mrs. Viola Hinners, Carroll Raymond Juergens, Carroll .-Joseph Beyerink, Lidderdale Mrs. John Schwab, Audubon E . J . Bruggeman, Templeton /' Mrs. Steven Gosch, Glidden Mrs. Joseph Burgart, Lanesboro Merle J. Finegan, Carroll Mrs. Larry Heithoff, Templeton Admissions March 23— Mrs. Jack Waldo, Guthrie Center Debra Brock, Glidden Bernarde J. Comes, Carroll Births- Mr, and Mrs.' Ronald Muhlbauer, Carroll, a son, Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Berg, Arcadia, a daughter, Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lee, Arcadia, a daughter, Wednesday Lee Wallin Candidate in 56th District Lee Wallin, Guthrie Center Republican, Wednesday announced he is a candidate for the office of state representative from the Fifty-sixth Representative District. Wallin is a member of the Guthrie County Republican Central Committe; member of the Fifth District Platform Committee and a delegate to both the State Statuatory and Presidential Conventions. He served as co-chairman of the Guthrie County Governor Ray Committee in 1974. A former Chamber of Commerce manager at Jefferson and Storm Lake, he later served as district aide for former Congressman Charles B. Hoeven, ranking Republican on the U.S. House Agricultural Committe. Wallin was a candidate for that house seat in a 1974 primary election and also served as a member of the Board of Supervisors in WoodburyCo. He was in charge of the sale of securities to purchase land and to build Lake Panorama. He and his wife formerly owned and operated the Voyageur in Guthrie Center and he is now in the real estate business, specializing in commercial and farm properties. Wallin is a graduate of the University of Iowa and has attended National Chamber of Commerce seminars at Northwestern University/the University of Michigan and University of Colorado. His wife, Carmen, is a vocal music teacher at Gray and Audubon. The Wallins have two sons: Brent, a freshman at Iowa Lakes Community College, and Tom, a junior at Guthrie Center High School. Briefly Egg Production is Up Slightly DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)Egg production in Iowa in February totaled 164 million eggs, an increase of 1 per cent over February, 1975, the Iowa Crop and Livestock Reporting Service said Tuesday. "Layers on hand during February averaged 8.7 million birds, 4 per cent fewer than during February, 1975," the service said. The Weather IOWA FORECAST Clear west, clearing east tonight and colder. Low 30s. Mostly sunny Thursday. Copier east, but warmer west. High 50s northeast, 60s southwest. •IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Friday Through Sunday Rain threat Friday, clearing Saturday, chance of rain Sunday. Little daily temperature variaton, highs the mid 50s to low 60s, lows the 30s. MILD Fire Destroys 2 Hog Houses and 211 Swine MANNING — Fire destroyed two hog houses and killed 211 hogs on the Stephen Muhlbauer farm, eight miles northwest of here Tuesday afternoon. About 125 25 to 30 pound feeder pigs, 75 suckling pigs and 11 sows were lost, 'Muhlbauer said. A barn converted into a farrowing house and" a pig finishing house were destroyed. Wind whipped an electrical wire against the finishing house, causing the fire, Manning Fire Chief Merlyn Irlbeck said. The fire spread to the farrowing house and to the roadside ditches, he added. The Muhlbauers were visiting a neighbor when the fire was discovered. Both buildings were in full blaze' when the Muhlbauers got back and were destroyed by the time the Manning Fire Department arrived, Irlbeck said. Four fire trucks from Manning and two each from Manilla and Westside were at the scene. About 30 firemen and "a lot of neighbors" helped fight the fires, the chief said. The roadside ditches were burning a half mile away. Firemen put the ditch fires out just before they spread to another farm, Irlbeck said. Two sows were electrocuted when they ran outside and came in contact with the wire. Some pigs did escape so'the loss isn't quite as bad as they first thought, Muhlbauer said. Firemen were at the Muhlbauer farm from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. The monetary loss is unknown, Muhlbauer said. They have insurance on the buildings, but not on the hogs, he added. Harkin Event Set for Apr. 2 Carroll County supporters of Tom Harkin plan a reception Friday, April 2, from 7:30 until 10 p.m. at the Elks' Club in Carroll. The event is billed as a "campaign kick-off party" since Harkin, currently serving his first term as U.S. congressman from Iowa's Fifth District, is expected to Protest P.O. Closing LUTHER,'Iowa (AP) - The post office,. ...e of the few going businesses in this community of 189 and citizens are upset because it is on the endangered list. "I think the whole troubje is in Washington," says Mayor Ray Eppert. "They have too many on the payroll doing nothing. The trouble isn't in the local post The Postal Service announced this month it is considering shutting down the post office here and in about 20 other tiny Iowa towns. The Luther post office "cannot be considered economical," taking in $4,996 last year and costing $16 200 to operate, the service said. Mayor Eppert has gathered about 150 names on petitions to protest any closing plans and has sent them to the Postal Service, two Congressmen and a state Se Loc°ai residents feel the post office is more than a place to pick up letters, buy stamps and mail letters. The familiar FBI wanted posters share the wall with minutes of the Luther City Council and a notice from Mayor Eppert on the town's dog problem — "all dogs . running loose will be shot." _ And you can buy a get-well, sympathy, birthday or wedding card from the stock that postmaster Ursula Barton, 69, keeps in the lobby. . "People are upset about what the Postal Service is trying to do," says Mrs. Barton, who has been postmaster for 33 years. The closing probably would come May 31, the date Mrs Barton reaches mandatory retirement ago of 70. "The lease expires then too," she says. "So it makes it real handy for them." Cuban Invasion Not Ruled Out DALLAS (AP) — Secretary of State Henry Kissinger refuses specifically to rule out a U.S. invasion of Cuba if troops of the Caribbean nation engage in further intervention in Africa. , Kissinger declined to specify what action the United States would take if Cuba — as it did in Angola — sent armed troops into another southern Africa nation. "What we will do I cannot say, but we are serious and we have pointed this out to Cuba. We were accused of not making our issues clear in Angola, but we are making them clear to Cuba," Kissinger said here Tuesday during one of a series of regional visits designed to bolster support for U.S. foreign policy. In recent weeks, Kissinger repeatedly has said Cuba should not ignore U.S. warnings against further African intervention. He repeated those warnings in a speech here Monday night and said at a new conference Tuesday that his statements concerning Cuba had been approved by President Ford. The Weather in Carroll (Dally Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high........'... 69 announce soon that he will be Yesterday's low 36 a candidate for reelection to 48 Congress ' At 10a.m. today — 50 Weather A Year Ago— A total of .12 inch of rain and .5 inch of snow fell in Carroll in the 48 hours preceding 10:30 a.m. a year ago today in Carroll. Temperatures included a high of 35 and low of. 17 degrees. Tickets are $5 per person. In Carroll they may be purchased from Donna Mosman (792-3704) or from local Democratic precinct committeepersons. Tickets will alsb be available at the door. All proceeds will go to support Harkin's reelection bid. Fighting Continues BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) — Moslem leftist forces shelled the presidential palace during the night and raided mountain Christian strongholds as Syria stepped up efforts to arrange a new cease-fire in Lebanon's civil war. Moslem and Christian militiamen battling in Beirut's hotel district kept up heavy mortar, rocket and gup fjre today, but there .was no further shift in position after a 400-yard Moslem advance Tuesday toward the Christian-held Hilton Hotel. The Moslems also made several hit-and-run raids on Christian summer resorts in the Mt. Lebanon hinterland behind Beirut, the police reported. "A police spokesman said 101 persons were killed and 224 wounded in the past 24 hours. But officials acknowledged the count was incomplete because they couldn't get into the battle zones. This brought the recorded toll to 641 killed and 440 wounded in the past two weeks, since the Jan. 22 cease-fire arranged by Syria began breaking down. Crime Up in Iowa Cities DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Violent crime rose in large Iowa communities but delined in counties and smaller towns last year, the Iowa Department of Public Safety said Wednesday. In a preliminary report, the agency said violent crime was up 25 per cent in cities and towns over 2,500 population but declined 10 per cent in the smaller communities and counties. Property crime was up 16 per cent in the larger cities and up 9 per cent in the small towns. Officials said they used statistics compiled by 75 communities and 59 counties where 79 per cent of the total Iowa population reside. The total increase statewide in violent crime was computed to be 22 per cent, while property crime increased 16 per cent. As defined by the agency, violent crime includes murder, forcible rape, robbery and aggravated assault. Property crimes are burglary, larceny and motor vehicle thefts. "The statistics...include only those offenses known to law enforcement agencies," said the study. "Citizens may not report all crimes to law enforcement agencies believing there is nothing the police can do, fearing retaliation from offenders, embarassment or concern in r e v e a 1 i n g their own involvement in other crimes by reporting the offense." Gives Up, Frees Hostages JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A gun-wielding technician held eight fellow hospital workers hostage and made them listen to a rambling taped history of her life before freeing them and surrendering to authorities. The 6 1-2-hour siege at Charles E. Still Osteopathic Hospital on Tuesday ended when Carol H. Brooks' sister and brother-in-law convinced her to surrender to authorities for psychiatric care. Cole County Prosecutor James McHenry said he is reviewing the disruption and delaying any decision to file criminal charges against Mrs. Brooks, the respiratory technician who held the hostages in a small room before letting them go. Mrs. Brooks, 35, confounded local city and county police throughout the afternoon when she appeared at times ready to surrender but then would suddenly -•-resist all efforts to coax her out of her barricaded room. I

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